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View of a computer screen showing the Twitter account of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, in Caracas on October 1, 2013. Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro has accused Twitter of attacking his Twitter account and those of some of his ministers as part of a right wing plot. Maduro said late Thursday that the alleged attack was conducted in concert with social networks to provoke unrest and suspend upcoming December 8 municipal elections. Communications Minister Delsy Rodriguez said nearly 6,600 Maduro followers disappeared from the president's account in 10 minutes, although she did not specify when the incident too place. As of Friday, Maduro's official Twitter account had 1.4 million followers. AFP PHOTO/JUAN BARRETO (Photo credit should read JUAN BARRETO/AFP/Getty Images)
View of a computer screen showing the Twitter account of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, in Caracas on October 1, 2013. Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro has accused Twitter of attacking his Twitter account and those of some of his ministers as part of a right wing plot. Maduro said late Thursday that the alleged attack was conducted in concert with social networks to provoke unrest and suspend upcoming December 8 municipal elections. Communications Minister Delsy Rodriguez said nearly 6,600 Maduro followers disappeared from the president's account in 10 minutes, although she did not specify when the incident too place. As of Friday, Maduro's official Twitter account had 1.4 million followers. AFP PHOTO/JUAN BARRETO (Photo credit should read JUAN BARRETO/AFP/Getty Images)

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